WEB112 » 05) Final Logotype & Specification

Premium Design Works Logotype Specification

Premium Design Works Logotype Specification

At this time you should have a finalized logotype. As such, you must specify how your logotype was created and should be used:


  • You need to call out specifications of: the typefaces, sizes, colors and any adjustments you made.
  • This shall be done in Illustrator and printed out to be turned in as your Logotype Specification assignment according to the class Schedule (Fall) or Schedule (Winter).

Download: Logotype Specification Template |  Premium Design Works

This portion of the Premium Design Works website is written by Mike Sinkula for the Web Design & Development students at Seattle Central College and the Human Centered Design & Engineering students at the University of Washington.


  1. Eric Staciwo says:


    sorry it’s late :)

  2. Dann Frey says:

    Here is the link to my logotype spec.

    Have a great weekend all!


  3. SungA Kang says:

    Here is the logotype-specification assignment.


    I will bring in the hard copy on monday!:-)

  4. Anna Trapeznikova says:


  5. Kristin DelViscio says:

    Here is my Logo study 4 (finally!)
    I will print out a hard copy tomorrow and give it to you before class.


  6. Tyrone Good says:

    Please see link. Hardcopy turned into office tomorrow or during class tomorrow. Thank you.


  7. Melissa Wong says:


    .ai and .eps file included in zip

    Hard copy will be delivered on Monday :)

  8. Eleanor Boyd says:


    I have uploaded a .zip file containing my logo as well as a word doc explaining which fonts and colors I used to create it. I have included both the original .ai file as well as the “saved for web” .jpg. If you need me to submit anything else, please let me know.

    ~ Eleanor B.

  9. Tracey Talevich says:

    Here’s my logotype specification:

    Sorry about the Drive link. But you know that the garbage printer is broken in here

  10. Sean Walling says:


    I found this little iPhone app to be mildly entertaining and very much an exercise for Web112 students to enjoy on the bus, between classes, whatever.


  11. Joshua Hammack says:

    Here is a sporadic blog called http://fontsgonewild.blogspot.com/ which rants about mostly local typefaces or fonts that offend the authour. If you look in the October section you will find five reasons the blogger “loves” Papyrus.



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